MAKING­A­TARGET­LANGUAGE­YOURS­BY­THINKING­IN­IT

Authors

  • ANI MANUKYAN Armenian State Pedagogical University after Khachatur Abovyan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24234/miopap.v2i2.273

Keywords:

thinking skills, target language, teaching to thing in a foreign language

Abstract

The fact that the knowledge of foreign languages ??contributes to the emotions of a positive and positive business man, as well as changes his worldview, is discussed Niyu does not fall under. This article deals with the research of scientists, who, according to certain foreign languages, think differently than those who do not own them. Moreover, the level of knowledge of a foreign language does not have a meaning, the main thing is general communication in this language. According to the notes, when studying a foreign language, one should not only pay attention to the language and language skills of the language, but also try to come close to the present language of thinking about thinking. This explains the fact that the world view of foreign foreign languages ??is different. The latter are perceived by different world cultures according to ben no mo free. Scientists argue that studying foreign languages ??contributes to the basic understanding of their own culture.

Author Biography

ANI MANUKYAN, Armenian State Pedagogical University after Khachatur Abovyan

Associate Professor of the Chair of Foreign Language Teaching Methodology, ASPU, PhDin Pedagogy

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Published

2013-09-11

How to Cite

MANUKYAN, A. (2013). MAKING­A­TARGET­LANGUAGE­YOURS­BY­THINKING­IN­IT. Main Issues Of Pedagogy And Psychology, 2(2), 76-81. https://doi.org/10.24234/miopap.v2i2.273

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